For Over $1,499, Disney Is Selling… Blue Ray Discs?!

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I am unsure if this is the steal that Disney thought it would be…

There is no doubt about it: Disney’s Animated Film Collection is a treasure trove of timeless stories and unforgettable characters. For the past 100 years, fans have been treated to incredible movies that have dazzled audiences and reminded us all of what it is like to dream big and never give up. Even through the darkest times, Disney has remained a ray of hope that joy, kindness, and love will always prevail.

To celebrate a momentous 100 years, Disney has revealed the Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection.

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Disney Unveils New Collection, but Fans Aren’t Sold…

This carefully curated collection showcases the rich history and artistic legacy of Disney animation, spanning decades of creativity and innovation. From charming classics like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to modern masterpieces like Frozen and Moana, this collection captures the magic and wonder that Disney has brought to audiences around the world.

The Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection is not just about technological achievements; it is also about storytelling at its finest. The films in this collection have transported us to enchanted forests, undersea kingdoms, and far-off galaxies. They have made us laugh, cry, and believe in the power of imagination. Whether it’s the heartwarming tale of love and sacrifice in Beauty and the Beast or the epic adventure of Simba in The Lion King, these films have become a part of our cultural fabric.

Related: Disney Saying Goodbye to DVDs and Blu-Rays

Disney Legacy Animated Film Collection

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Walt Disney Animation Studios, the creative force behind these animated treasures, has been at the forefront of animation since its inception. From the early days of hand-drawn animation to the groundbreaking computer-generated imagery of today, the studio has continuously pushed the boundaries of what is possible in the world of animation. With each new film they release, Disney Animation Studio continues to captivate audiences with its vibrant storytelling, rich characters, and stunning visual artistry.

A High Price for Magic

There is no doubt that this collection is truly a spectacular collection. The collection is a limited edition and comes with a certificate of authenticity, a collectible Mickey ears hat, 100 Disney and Pixar animated films on Blu-ray Disks, digital codes, a lithograph from the upcoming film Wish, and a gorgeous slipcase to store it all.

However, the less exciting aspect of this product is the high price it comes at. The set is selling online at for $1,499.96. For a collection of films that many fans already own or can watch on Disney+, this is a high price. In a post about the collection, fans made their dissatisfaction clear. One says,

Even with the criticism, fans shouldn’t be surprised to see this collection sell out. For the mega-Disney fans out there, this is a tangible piece of history. Preorders are available now. The full list of movies is:

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad • Aladdin • Alice in Wonderland • The Aristocats • Atlantis: The Lost Empire • Bambi • Beauty and the Beast • Big Hero 6 • The Black Cauldron • Bolt • Brave • Brother Bear • A Bug’s Life • Cars • Cars 2 • Cars 3 • Chicken Little • Cinderella • Coco • Dinosaur • Dumbo • Elemental • The Emperor’s New Groove • Encanto • Fantasia • Fantasia/2000 • Finding Dory • Finding Nemo • The Fox and The Hound • Frankenweenie • Frozen • Frozen II • Fun and Fancy Free • The Good Dinosaur • A Goofy Movie • The Great Mouse Detective • Hercules • Home on the Range • The Hunchback of Notre Dame • The Incredibles • Incredibles 2 • Inside Out • James and the Giant Peach • The Jungle Book • The Jungle Book 2 • Lady and the Tramp • Lightyear • Lilo & Stitch • The Lion King • The Little Mermaid • Luca • Make Mine Music • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh • Meet the Robinsons • Melody Time • Moana • Monsters, Inc. • Monsters University • Mulan • The Nightmare Before Christmas • Oliver & Company • One Hundred and One Dalmatians • Onward • Peter Pan • Piglet’s Big Movie • Pinocchio • Planes • Planes: Fire and Rescue • Pocahontas • Pooh’s Heffalump Movie • The Princess and the Frog • Ralph Breaks the Internet • Ratatouille • Raya and the Last Dragon • The Rescuers • The Rescuers Down Under • Return to Never Land • Robin Hood • Saludos Amigos • Sleeping Beauty • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs • Soul • Strange World • The Sword in the Stone • Tangled • Tarzan • The Three Caballeros • The Tigger Movie • Tinker Bell • Toy Story • Toy Story 2 • Toy Story 3 • Toy Story 4 • Treasure Planet • Turning Red • Up • Wall-E • Winnie the Pooh • Wreck-It Ralph • Zootopia.

Do you think it’s worth it?


About Eva Miller

Eva was born and raised in the beautiful state of Oregon but has since relocated and lives in New York City. Since she was young, Eva has loved to perform in musicals, especially Disney ones! Through performing, Disney’s music became the soundtrack of her childhood. Today, Eva loves to write about all the exciting happenings for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Eva loves to travel, spend time in nature, and go to Broadway shows. Her favorite Disney movie is 'Lilo and Stitch,' and her favorite Park is Disney's Animal Kingdom.